Barns of Jackson County Iowa



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Reply Danieltow
5:47 PM on July 29, 2019 
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Reply John
12:06 PM on November 2, 2016 
Proud of you Hap. Glad you enjoyed doing this since there is a lot of time and work put into this site.
Reply David Sebben
7:25 PM on November 28, 2012 
Excellent photos and information on these barns. I would like to know where the 1830 era log cabin is at. I'm an amateur photographer looking for things like this.
Reply Mary Weets
11:13 AM on July 16, 2012 
Neat pictures. Big old barns are few and far between, esp. in good shape.
Reply Sue Robinson
4:28 PM on July 13, 2012 
Cedar County Representative of the Iowa Barn Foundation. My family has roots in Jackson and Clinton county. Herkelmann, Weets, Luett, Galloway
Reply txtdocc
2:02 AM on September 27, 2011 
Great fforumm! Thanx guys!
Reply sonneandgone
4:22 AM on September 2, 2010 
Cool blog I enjoyed reading your information

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Reply anonymous
10:33 PM on May 26, 2010 
i am coming to iowa to study lowden barns, particularly the single hung tilt in windows. my cell phone number is 313 414 5181. you can email me at [email protected], [email protected], and [email protected]; please try all of them and verify that your message got thru.
i am restoring a barn my grandfather built in the 1910's in mcpherson, ks.; it has brownish red salt glazed double walled clay tile block 16"x 8"x8" on the 1st floor and 6" cedar lap siding on the 2nd. it is a diary barn 65' long 36' wide and 34' high. i am also trying to repair the pink clay tile silo that has blocks 5"thick and about 12" in width and 9" in height if you know of any salvaged. i hope to come next week if youv can help me find lowden barns and implements like a lowden hay carrier. i want to interview lowden workers or people who worked in a lowden barn.
Reply cindy darrah
1:03 AM on May 18, 2010 
i want to come to iowa to research Louden barns with gambrelle roofs, clay tile 1st floor walls and single hung windows that tilt in, as well as an attached clay silo. if you know of any barns like this,let me know; i have one on the ks. historical register, that i am trying to restore. 313 414 5181.
Reply Stevekp
2:44 PM on February 27, 2010 
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